Inference 1992
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BLAKEMORE, D. Understanding utterances, Oxford : Blackwell.

BOUCHERON, S. Théorie de l’apprentissage : de l’approche formelle aux enjeux cognitifs, Paris : Hermès.

DAVIS, J. C. Italian egli and lui : grammar meaning and inference, Ph.D., Columbia University.

GLASBEY, S. R. “The same” in situation semantics and DRT, Edinburgh : University of Edinburgh.

HANSEN, D. The application of simulated annealing to grammatical inference from positive and negative samples, Ph.D.

HEEMAN, P. A. & HIRST, G. Collaborating on referring expressions, Ft. Belvoir Defense : Defense Technical Information Center.

HOBBS, J. R. A unified abductive treatment of the intentional and informational aspects of discourse interpretation : a preliminary report, Ft. Belvoir Defense : Defense Technical Information Center.

HOBBS, J. R. ; STICKEL, M. & APPELT, D. Interpretation as abduction, Ft. Belvoir Defense : Defense Technical Information Center.

JELTSCH, E. Grammatikalische Inferenz auf der Basis von Hyperkantenersetzung, Bremen : Jeltsch.

KYBURG, H. E. Jr. «Semantic for probabilistic inference», UAI88 : 229-236.

McKOON, G. & RATCLIFF, R. «Inference during reading», Psychological Review 99-3 : 440-466.

MITCHELL, P. & ROBINSON, E. J. «Children's understanding of the evidential connotation of 'know' in relation to overestimation of their own knowledge», Journal of Children Language 19-1 : 167-182.

MOSER, L. DATR paths as arguments, Brighton : University of Sussex, Cognitive Science Research Paper CSRP 215.

SHIEBER, S. M. Constraint-based grammar formalisms : parsing and type infrerence dor natural and computer languages, Cambridge : MIT Press.

SINGER, M. ; ANDRUSIAK, P. ; REISDORF, P. & BLACK, N. L. «Individual differences in bridging inference processes», Memory and cognition 20 : 539-548.

TYVAERT, J.-E. (eds.), Lexique et inference(s). VIIe colloque international de linguistique / organisé par le Centre d'analyse syntaxique de la Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines de Metz, (14, 15, 16 novembre 1991), Paris : Klincksieck.

VANNIARAJAN, S. M. Working memory and native/nonnative differences in inferencing the meanings of unknown words in context : an experimental study in interactive model, Ph.D.

WU, D. Automatic inference : a probabilistic basis for natural language interpretation, Technical report CSD-92-62), Berkeley, Computer Science Division, University of California, Berkeley.

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